Fall 2016: The Transit Issue
Here is the table of contents from fall 2016 issue:
COVER STORY: Kate Faust (above), a Philly-based electro artist, has been a member of numerous bands but she most enjoys being a solo artist. Recently, she has used her music to deal with serious issues from her past.
COVER STORY: The guys from Joy Again have a hit song, a popular album from a previous iteration and the support of adoring fans. And they are only 19-years-old.
COVER STORY: Reggae music has long been popular in Philadelphia, despite not having a signature venue. Until now.
COVER STORY: Tigers Jaw shed three members, frontman Ben Walsh moved to Fishtown and they just recorded a new album.
COVER STORY: We go on the road with the people who travel with bands, the crew members who make shows run smoothly.
COVER STORY: Mercury Radio Theater used to be a three-piece instrumental band. Now, they have more people and a whole new sound … with vocals.
Music & Education: The Green Tambourine offers music lessons to people of all ages, with the idea that music brings people together.
This Place Rocks: The Tusk at Woolly Mammoth is trying to make South Street cool again. Girard Hall is a raw space that can be molded for any kind of concert or party.
Food That Rocks: The owners of The Tasty knew each other from the punk scene before they got involved in the food industry.
Inside Voices: After beloved pop punk band Chumped disbanded earlier this year, singer Anika Pyle moved to Philly, where she had a lot of friends, including Augusta Koch of Cayetana. We listened as the two conversed about songwriting and life in Philly.
Publisher’s Note: Sometimes you gotta leave home to appreciate where you came from.
The JUMP Off features:
Buddy Leezle (above), the Double Decker Music Series, Joanna Pascale, The Free Jawn, Pine Barons, Foxtrot & the Get Down, female sound engineers, Roger Harvey, and WPPB Radio at PhillyCAM.